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Email letters, Jan. 11, 2012

By Staff

Herzog the poster boy for ideology trumping facts Regardless of what one thinks of Denny Herzog, he did get one thing right in his last column, ideology trumps facts. He should know, he’s the poster boy for ideology trumping ...


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New year, new wine resolutions

By Staff

Surely it’s not too late for a few New Year’s resolutions? Hard to believe we’re already 11 days into the new year. I was busy trying to find last year’s list, just to see what I missed out on procrastinating ...


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Frozen in place: Perfect, safe spot key to ice fishing at area reservoirs

By Dave Buchanan

VEGA STATE PARK — It’s true in real estate and it’s true if you’re going fishing: success depends on location, location, location. That’s particularly apt in this winter of vagaries, if you’re an ice angler ...


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Learn from a local: Storyteller offers Telluride ski, history tour

By Dave Buchanan

Telluride has a load of history and a load of secrets. You could spend a lifetime doing the research or you could talk to a local. Which would you rather do? Join Telluride native and Colorado Ski Hall of Fame member Johnnie Stevens on his ...


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Agency offers grants for outdoor rec projects

By Dave Buchanan

With up to $1.7 million up for grabs, outdoor recreation across Colorado may get a big boost in a time of shrinking dollars. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is making that money available in matching grants to qualified individuals, organizations ...


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Delicious re-creations: Montrose man’s stories, meals make the palate soar

By Rachel Sauer

Sit down at Larry Sims’ table. The settings will be lovely. There will be a nice wine and a beautiful centerpiece. The company and conversation will be excellent. And the food ... From the first bite, and the story that accompanies it, ...


Snowstorm rolling across Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — A snowstorm rolling across Colorado is causing hazardous driving conditions, with heavier amounts expected in the northern mountains. The Colorado Avalanche Information Center says a second surge of cold air will bring a little ...


Experts say fracking bans unlikely

By The AP

COMMERCE CITY — A panel of experts says Colorado cities cannot ban hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas drillers, but there are other ways to ensure the drilling will be done safely. The experts say any attempt to outlaw fracking would ...


Opponents fighting construction of new CSU stadium

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A group of Fort Collins residents opposing construction of a new on-campus football stadium for Colorado State University wants the university to take a deep breath before taking any action. The opposition group is ...


Sales tax boost for Montrose recreation center makes ballot

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Montrose city voters will decide in three months whether to raise the sales tax to build and operate a recreation center. The Montrose City Clerk’s Office on Tuesday verified that backers of the project gathered enough signatures to ...


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